By Melissa Hunter
Newly single Paris Hilton proves that she doesn't need a man to go out on the town. She can do just fine grasping onto her sister until she finds herself a new publicity pawn, er, boyfriend.
Prince speaks at the Apollo Theater 75th Anniversary show, showing that with two bum hips and a cane, Prince is still cooler than you.
Kristen Stewart dons a new black hairstyle for her role as Joan Jett in "The Runaways." She might be playing a legendary icon in a major film, but she will not enjoy it, darn it. Don't shine sun on her pout parade.
Kristin Chenoweth, Harry Connick Jr. and Julia Roberts pose together at the celebration of Paul Newman's Hole in the Wall Camps. If there was a way to harness the perky energy from this photo, this could be a new avenue of renewable energy.
Robert Pattinson poses for the cameras on the streets of New York in what we can only assume was a response to a "Show us your fangs!" shout from a paparazzo. "Vampires Gone Wild" is due out on DVD later this year.
Kelly Ripa wants to remind you that there will be NO frowning at her lemonade party. Just try it. I dare you.
Tony Awards host Neil Patrick Harris poses in a shimmery suit on the red carpet. Remember, guys: Real men shimmer.
Even walking out of an airport, Beyonce looks Sasha Fierce-ready. How one goes through security in those heels, I'll never know. Must be some kind of A-list arch they develop.
Bar Refaeli arrives at the Young Hollywood Awards in LA trying to crack a smile, though unsuccessfully. Cheer up, Bar, it's not like your model friends will encroach on your ex. That would be in direct violation of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Model Code. But beware of your rival secret society: the Victoria's Secret Angels.
Elton John accepts the award for Best Musical, for "Billy Elliot: The Musical" along with the kid stars of the show. All the kids were thrilled until they found out they had to share the award. Then it was just grabbing and tantrums.
Anne Hathaway poses at the Tony Awards. While she wasn't nominated or in a Broadway show, she's rumored to be portraying Judy Garland on Broadway next year (while also filming a biopic). So, you know, this was just a practice round.
Fergie leaves a taping of the "Late Show With David Letterman" a little bit more exposed after giving pieces of her dress out to the audience as party favors. A real giver, that one.
Matthew McConaughey steps through the rubble at the construction site of his new house in Malibu. We were hoping for a picture of him ON a tractor, in a cowboy hat, tearing through some concrete … but this will have to do for now.
Katy Perry leaves BBC Radio One in London after an interview promoting her single "Waking Up in Vegas." Good thing she's wearing sunglasses, otherwise she'd be quite conspicuous.
Marcia Gay Harden accepts her award for Best Actress in a Play, for "God of Carnage." Meanwhile, there's a less-than-subtle ad banner for theater in the background. "PLAYS: Just like Web shows, only longer and in 3-D!"
Though Kyra Sedgwick does her best, there isn't a non-awkward way to pose with your newly won star on the Walk of Fame. At least lying down saves her from uncomfortable hamstring pains after squatting next to the star for an hour of photo ops.
Geoffrey Rush accepts his Tony for Best Actor in a Play for "Exit the King," while simultaneously auditioning for the lead in the much-anticipated musical sequel, "Billy Elliot 2: Benjamin Button's Return."
Like a true soft-scripted reality TV star, Whitney Port chews her food while maintaining her lovable, flattering doe-eyed expression.
Evan Rachel Wood, we're a bit concerned about you standing in the sun posing for pictures without a hat and sunscreen. And those heels have to be killing you standing on the granite like that. On a related note, we've turned into every celebrity's neurotic grandmother.
Seal gets into a trance as he performs in Australia. Midway through the show, he achieves Zen enlightenment. True story.
If you want to get stars to your television festival, it's always a good idea to host it in Monte Carlo. Also helps to do it right after the Cannes Film Festival, when the B-list TV stars like Jennifer Love Hewitt are feeling particularly vulnerable.
Kristin Cavallari poses at the "The Wizard of Oz" exhibition in L.A. with a couple of Dorothys. She was gonna go for the blue checkered jumper and pigtails look, but opted to wear the thematic skintight holey tube dress instead. You know, the one Dorothy wore at the end of the movie when she got offered a reality TV contract.
At Woody Allen's "Whatever Works" premiere, star Larry David proves that he can nail the Woody-esque "What gives?" shrug, confirming that no airbrushing had been done on the poster.
Lauren Conrad promotes her new book "L.A. Candy" in Beverly Hills, proving in this photo that not only can she write, she can read, too!
John Stamos and Gina Gershon, the two newest cast additions to the Broadway revival of "Bye Bye Birdie" pose at the Tonys together. Looks like all of Uncle Jesse's band rehearsals paid off in the end.